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Thousands upon thousands of cats crazed with bloodlust.

A giant Doberman pinscher - the most vicious and deadly of killer dogs - lay in a bloody heap, its unseeing eyes still glazed with astonished terror.

A young dropout on an acid trip smiled at the animals that were ripping his flesh from his bones - until he realized that this was really happening.

What was left of a kindly old lady lay beside the shattered saucer of milk she had intended to put on the ground.

A powerfully built rapist in the midst of his outrage felt the claws on his back - and his lust turned to gibbering agony.

All over the vast city it was happening, and no one seemed able to stop them - the police, the army, the scientists. And cat after cat was infected by the ferocious fever that, for the first time, made them the masters of man....

©1975 Scott Gronmark (P)2017 David N. Wilson

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  • Chaoseum
  • 02-04-2021

Good bad book

Normally bad books are a chore best to be abandoned, but this is one of the rare ones that’s so bad that it’s good

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  • Linda
  • 04-12-2019

Good book

I was surprised to learn that this was written in 1975. It reminded me a lot of the Rats by James Herbert. An English narrator would have been better! Overall a good listen.

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